Extreme Solar Storm Hits Earth

On May 11, 2024, Earth experienced a major solar storm, the largest in over two decades, due to multiple coronal mass ejections from the sun. These ejections, massive bursts of plasma and magnetic fields, significantly impacted communication, satellite operations, and power grids. The storm was visible as auroras from Tasmania to Britain, causing disruptions not only to technological systems but also to biological entities reliant on Earth’s magnetic field. The storm underscored the necessity for robust space weather monitoring and resilient technological infrastructures to mitigate such events’ effects.

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